The Big Screen Collection - Music From The Movies For Solo Piano Pf - Various
Description 70 movie themes arranged for solo Piano. Songlist Andante/Reflection (Waltz With Bashir) [Richter, Max] Anthem (Top Gun) [Faltermeyer, Harold]...... more
Description 70 movie themes arranged for solo Piano. Songlist Andante/Reflection (Waltz With Bashir) [Richter, Max] Anthem (Top Gun) [Faltermeyer, Harold] Assassin's Tango (Mr. And Mrs. Smith) [Powell, John] Benjamin And Daisy (The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button) [Desplat, Alexandre] Blood Simple (Blood Simple) [Burwell, Carter] Blues For Guylaine (Le Jeu De La Verite) [Hossein, Andre] Closing Titles (Insomnia) [Julyan, David] Dawn/Going To School (Genova) [Parmenter, Melissa] Death And Transfiguration (Hancock) [Powell, John] DMI Thing In Which New Inforamtion Is Introduced/Piano One (Synecdoche, New York) [Brion, Jon] Eli's Theme (Let The Right One In) [Soderqvist, Johan] End Credits (Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid) [Rozsa, Miklos] End Credits (The Big Sleep) [Fielding, Jerry] End Title (The International) [Muse] Eternal Vow (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) [Tan Dun] Fear And Passion (Sea Of Love) [Jones, Trevor] Fisherman's Song Of The East China Sea (Kung Fu Hustle) [Long, Ma Sheng] [Ren, Gu Guan] Fly A Kite/Reading The Letter (The Kite Runner) [Inglesias, Alberto] Harvey's Last Day (Milk) [Elfman, Danny] In The Library (Easy Virtue) [De Vries, Marius] It's A Long Road (First Blood) [Goldsmith, Jerry] It's Caper Time: Self Preservation Society (The Italian Job) [Jones, Quincy] Latika's Theme (Slumdog Millionaire) [Rahman, Allah Rakha] Lear Crash (Con Air) [Rabin, Trevor] [Mancina, Mark] Looking For Johnny/Johnny Favourite (Angel Heart) [Jones, Trevor] Love Theme/Jake And Evelyn (Chinatown) [Goldsmith, Jerry] Main Theme (The Ususal Suspects) [Ottman, John] Main THeme/Hotel Lobby (Rebecca) [Waxman, Franz] Main Theme/Trish (The LAst Seduction) [Vitarelli, Joseph] Main Title Theme (Force Of Evil) [Raskin, David] Main Title Theme (Gilda) [Friedhofer, Hugo] Main Title Theme (In A Lonely Place) [Antheil, George] Main Title Theme (Sweet Smell OF Success) [Bernstein, Elmer] Main Title Theme (The Lady From Shanghai) [Roemheld, Heinz] Main Title Theme (Touch Of Evil)...
Angel: Series 2 (Standard plastic case packaging) [DVD]
It is with this second series that Angel, the darker Los Angeles mean-streets spin-off from Buffy, comes entirely into its own. Angel, the vampire with a soul...... more
It is with this second series that Angel, the darker Los Angeles mean-streets spin-off from Buffy, comes entirely into its own. Angel, the vampire with a soul and rather too much hair gel, is driven partly by his need for atonement and partly by his anger at the manipulations of the satanic law firm Wolfram and Hart, especially the morally equivocal Lindsey (Christian Kane). At the end of the previous season, they set his emotional destruction in motion by bringing back from hell Darla, the vampire who turned him, whom he loved for centuries and then killed to save Buffy. Julie Benz's soft-voiced passion--"God doesn't want you, but I still do"--makes her a perfect tragic foil for David Boreanaz's "billowy coat King of Pain" hero and mid-season offers further cause for Angel's despairing rage at his failure to save Darla from being turned vampire again. There is a nice balance of comedy, horror and the starkly tragic here--fake swamis, accursed shrouds, sexually abused telekinetic assassins all come into the mix along with Angel's gang of sidekicks--pedantic Wesley, abrasive Gunn, flighty clairvoyant Cordelia--and a new and wonderfully improbable character who starts as a running joke and becomes so much more--the Host (Andy Hallett), a green demon with red horns, eyes and hair, who sees into the souls of those who sing karaoke at his bar. And in a four-part finale, the group's friendship with the green karaoke demon Lorne sends them off to his home dimension to rescue Cordelia, right wrongs and acquire an important new character. On the DVD:Angel, Season 2 on disc presents all the episodes in their original 16x9 widescreen format (2.35:1), which enables viewers to see shots as they were originally conceived, for example in impressive moments like the march of the four vampires through a burning Shanghai or the climaxes of the mediaeval Pylea sequence. The sound is a sumptuous Dolby Surround 2.0. The first Pylea episode, "Over the Rainbow", has a commentary by its director Fred Keller; the 1959 flashback episode "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?" has a commentary by writer Tim Minnear. There are also featurettes on the set designs--specifically concentrating on the huge hotel set which dominates Season 2. --Roz Kaveney